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Date: June 1, 2021
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Foster Garvey is excited to welcome its 2021 Summer Associates in the Seattle and Portland offices. This year's class is comprised of five talented students from the University of Washington School of Law, Seattle University School of Law and the University of Oregon School of Law.

Each Summer Associate will be paired with their own Principal Mentor, Associate Buddy and Workflow Coordinator, and will have an opportunity to work with a variety of the firm's practice groups throughout the term. The firm's Summer Associates are given an accurate snapshot of life as an attorney at Foster Garvey by working on actual client projects that are challenging and reflect the realities of practicing law.

The 2021 Foster Garvey Summer Associate class includes:

Beau Bryan

Beau Bryan | Seattle | Rising 3L | University of Washington
Kenneth L. Schubert Jr. Diversity Fellow

Beau is a Washington native who grew up in Tumwater. At UW Law, Beau is pursuing a concentration in Law, Business, and Entrepreneurship and is a member of numerous student organizations, including the Law and Business Association, where he serves as Vice President of Communication; OutLaws, the school’s LGBTQ+ law student group; and the Technology Law Society. Beau was recently selected for the Technology Law and Public Policy Clinic at UW Law and is excited to pair his experience in public policy with his evolving passion for business and technology.

Julie Do

Julie Do | Seattle | Rising 2L | Seattle University
Kenneth L. Schubert Jr. Diversity Fellow

Julie is a Seattle native who graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in Business and a master’s degree in Accounting. She is a certified public accountant and has worked in tax compliance and tax program management for more than a decade. Julie is a recipient of the Dean’s Diversity Scholarship and the Trustee Scholarship. In December 2020, she also received the CALI Award in Legal Writing. Before law school, she worked at various companies in Seattle, including several accounting firms and most recently at Amazon.

Richard Kim

Richard Kim | Seattle | Rising 3L | University of Washington
Gregoire Fellow

A west coast native, Richard grew up in Los Angeles before attending West Point, where he majored in Economics and was commissioned as an Army Officer. Richard spent five years in the Army, where he ran more than 100 combat patrols and briefed senior military leaders as an infantry scout platoon leader. Following his 2016 Afghanistan deployment, Richard was awarded the Bronze Star Medal by the Secretary of the Army and promoted to the rank of Captain. Shortly before entering law school, he served as an Intelligence Officer for the 1st Special Forces Group at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington.

Anthony Rychkov

Anthony Rychkov | Seattle | Rising 2L | Seattle University
Gregoire Fellow

Anthony most recently worked as a Legal Intern on Microsoft’s Corporate, External & Legal Affairs Gaming team. He also previously worked at the City of Sammamish as a Management Analyst, where he supported the City Attorney in drafting utility franchise agreements and advising department directors. A first-generation college grad from Miami, Fla., Anthony received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science & Business Administration from the University of Florida. Anthony moved from Florida to Seattle in Summer 2019, and though he misses the sunny beaches of Florida, he enjoys the summer (and sometimes winter) scenery of Washington state.

Jocabeth (Joca) Zarate

Jocabeth (Joca) Zarate | Portland | Rising 3L | University of Oregon
Multnomah Bar Association Fellow

Originally from Baldwin Park, Calif., Joca made the move up north and obtained her bachelor’s degree in History from Southern Oregon University. At the University of Oregon School of Law, she has been serving as Treasurer of the Latinx Law Student Association. In Spring 2021, Joca received her Community Mediation Certificate. She is passionate about exploring how the law can be more accessible for those in the community. Joca is also excited about the prospect of practicing in the Pacific Northwest, her adopted homeland, which she admires for its collegial law community. In her spare time, she likes to peruse Netflix and enjoy a good meal at a local restaurant.   

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